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Despite the commitment of animal control/shelter workers to the animals in their care, over 5 million animals are being killed in shelters in the USA each year. We encourage Lake Charles and Southwest Louisiana residents to adopt an abandoned animal rather than buy.
The question is simple, Why buy while shelter dogs die?
Mr Ed, the manager for Petco is pictured here drawing for the raffle at the Petco adoption event.
Raising Cane's is an important sponsor and contributor fo the 4 Paws Society. We salute and thank them!
An important program at the 4 Paws Society is our Senior Dog Program.
We take in elderly dogs, like Missy, pictured here. As part of our program, Missy will stay in foster care with us until she passes on.
For more information about Missy and the 4 Paws Senior Dog program, contact Karen Kinslow.
You can reach her by calling the 4 Paws phone, 287-3552.
Until one has loved an animal, a part of one's soul remains unawakened.
KPLC has always been supportive of the efforts of local groups that support our 4-legged friends. We thank our community minded station!
We especially want to thank reporter Lee Peck, an animal lover and avid supporter. As KPLC post links to 4 Paws related stories on their award winning KPLCTV.com website, we will post them here.
The 4 Paws Society wants to extend a huge thanks to The Jambalaya News for featuring a 4 Paws Society adoptable dog in the "Adoption Corner" of every issue.
To the folks at "The Jam", we are grateful for your support of our local rescue efforts. To Friends of 4 Paws, be sure to check out all that The Jambalaya News has to offer!